Skoda Auto India sold 3,234 cars in December 2021, a 47 percent increase over the 2,196 units sold in November 2021. However, compared to 1,303 units sold in December 2020, the automaker recorded a 148 percent year-over-year increase.
- In December 2021, Skoda sold 3,234 units in the country
- Skoda’s total sales for 2021 stood at 23,858 units
- The Kushaq contributed to over 60% of Skoda’s total 2021 sales
Skoda Auto India has announced its December 2021 monthly sales figures, revealing that the business sold 3,234 vehicles in the nation. When compared to the 2,196 units sold in November 2021, the company had a month-over-month increase of nearly 47%. However, compared to 1,303 units sold in December 2020, the carmaker’s monthly sales volume increased by 148% year over year. Skoda’s overall sales for the calendar year 2021 were 23,858 units, a 130 percent increase over the 10,387 cars sold in 2020.
Skoda Auto India’s Brand Director, Zac Hollis, stated, “Despite challenges such as the pandemic and supply restrictions that affected the sector and the economy as a whole, we have grown our annual sales volumes by triple digits. We’ve maintained our tight emphasis on customer centricity, grown our customer touchpoints across the country, and embraced innovative and powerful business solutions while building on our product campaigns. We have recently debuted the Slavia, a premium mid-size sedan that will help Skoda continue its sales rise, which was sparked by Kushaq.”
In 2021, the Skoda Kushaq compact SUV was the company’s best-selling vehicle. The Kushaq, according to the Czech automaker, has contributed to more than 60% of the company’s entire sales volume for the year, and more than 75% in the months since its launch. The Skoda Kushaq has sold 11,173 units in India since its launch in June 2021. The SUV was the first to be constructed on the MQB-A0-IN platform, and it was available with a 1.0-litre TSI and a 1.5-litre TSI engine, both with manual and automatic transmission options.
The firm is currently preparing to debut the new Skoda Kodiaq facelift, which will take place on January 10, 2021. The Skoda Slavia, which is based on the same chassis as the Kushaq and has officially replaced the Rapid sedan in India, will arrive shortly after.
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